Wireless Physical-Layer Security: Lessons Learned From Information Theory

Abstract

Physical-layer security utilizes resources of the transmission medium to guarantee secure communication against an adversary with unlimited computational power. Rooted in information theory, physical-layer security advocates for a foundational approach by requiring security of communicated information as well as its reliability at the outset. The past… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/JPROC.2015.2459592

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@article{Yener2015WirelessPS, title={Wireless Physical-Layer Security: Lessons Learned From Information Theory}, author={Aylin Yener and Sennur Ulukus}, journal={Proceedings of the IEEE}, year={2015}, volume={103}, pages={1814-1825} }